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The SEE Legal Employment & Immigration Practice Group and ALRUD’s Labour and Employment Practice join forces to present and discuss the most challenging issues that companies based in Southeast Europe and Russia are facing during remote work. The discussion will be split over two webinars taking place on Tuesday, 15th June and Thursday, 17th June 2021. The first webinar on Tuesday, 15th June will cover the jurisdictions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia and Slovenia. If your company is based in any of these countries, please feel free to register…
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KYRIAKIDES GEORGOPOULOS Law Firm (“KG Law Firm”) has obtained the International Certification «Great Place to Work®» which is awarded to organisations that stand out as selected employers in a competitive talent search market.
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The employer’s right to inspect employees’ communication made through their corporate e-mail account is a much-debated issue. The Cassation Court of Turkey has not defined this inspection’s boundaries yet. The Constitutional Court of Turkey, which had already examined this issue in two of its decisions, reinforced its ever-evolving precedent, with its latest decision.
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To enable easier access to information about blinkdraft|, BDK Advokati launched a LinkedIn page dedicated to the service.
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The SEE Legal Employment & Immigration Practice Group and ALRUD’s Labour and Employment Practice join forces to present and discuss the most challenging issues that companies based in Southeast Europe and Russia are facing during remote work.
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Author: Marija Gligorevic, BDK Advokati The Serbian Ministry of Labour published on 18 January 2021 the Guide for Safe and Healthy Work from Home (Vodič za bezbedan i zdrav rad od kuće) (“Guide“). The Guide defines work from home as work which involves the use of information and communication technologies (PC, laptop, smartphone, and tablet) enabling remote work. Documenting work from home The Ministry of Labour suggests in the Guide that the work from home on an exceptional basis (and not as a special form of employment) requires that the employer and the employee conclude a formal annex…
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On 29 December 2020, the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Intervention Measures Act to help mitigate the consequences of the second COVID-19 epidemic or the Seventh COVID-19 package
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Authors: Darja Miklavcic, Karin Dodic, SELIH & PARTNERJI Law Firm On 19 December 2020, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the proposal of the Intervention Measures Act to help mitigate the consequences of the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic, i.e. PKP7 (hereinafter: "the Seventh COVID-19 law") and sent it to the National Assembly. The main goal of the seventh COVID-19 law is to mitigate and eliminate the consequences of COVID-19 in the field of economy, labour and labour relations, social protection and health care. In the present article, we mainly focus on the measures…
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Author: Marija Gligorevic, BDK Advokati COVID-19 pandemic is on a hike and the employers are therefore faced with the necessity to introduce remote work in order to secure occupational safety and health of their employees. However, the Serbian law does not provide for a legal basis for the employers to order teleworking in exceptional times. During the recent state of emergency, which lasted from 15 March 2020 until 6 May 2020, the Government enacted the Decree on organisation of work during the state of emergency (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia nos. 31/2020) (“Decree“). The Decree…
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Authors: Iva Djugumanova and Ivana Slaveska, Polenak Law Firm The Government of the Republic of North Macedonia adopted the Protocol on preventive measures for all workplaces in order to prevent transmission of COVID-19. This Protocol is applicable for all workplaces and all people in the workplace, such as employers, employees, managers, contractors, customers and visitors. It includes measures related to personal hygiene and protective equipment, recommendations for respiratory hygiene and physical distancing in the workplace, as well as reducing travel related to work and a separate organisation…
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Following the general and specific measures taken by the Albanian government to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Labour and Social Services Inspectorate (the“Labour Inspectorate”) has published a notice on its webpage requesting that any business entity must submit to the Labour Inspectorate the personal identification information and licence number of the person responsible for health at work
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Considering there have been quite a few amendments to the legislation during the last month, including in the area of labour law measures, we briefly outline the implemented regulation after the enforcement of the Act Amending the Mega COVID-19 law.